With a degree in Psychology and qualifications in Marketing and Project management, Oi Mei has over 20 years experience working with health and social care organisations and charities. Fuelled initially with a need to navigate health and social care as a sibling to help her own family, she then decided to pursue a path of service development with organisations such as North West Mental Health Development Centre, National Institute for Mental Health England, Care Services Improvement Partnership, then with Royal Mencap Society and becoming the Director of a national charity for families that included a person with learning disabilities. Running her own freelance consultancy, her clients included Princess Trust for Carers, the National Family Carer Network, Department of Health, Wai Yin Society & Pathways Associates CIC.

She is now semi-retired but assists her husband Michael as Co-Director of a management consultancy, provides coaching to individuals and organisations and enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is passionate about inclusion and celebrating diversity, fun and creativity.

She hopes to offer her experience of working with people throughout England and to help ensure that DanceSyndrome is available to dancers from all walks of life, for many years to come.

“I love the fact that Dance Syndrome focuses on ability rather than disability, creativity over adversity and the inclusive nature of the charity.”

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Oi Mei Wrghtson

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With a degree in Psychology and qualifications in Marketing and Project management, Oi Mei has over 20 years experience working with health and social care organisations and charities. Fuelled initially with a need to navigate health and social care as a sibling to help her own family, she then decided to pursue a path of service development with organisations such as North West Mental Health Development Centre, National Institute for Mental Health England, Care Services Improvement Partnership, then with Royal Mencap Society and becoming the Director of a national charity for families that included a person with learning disabilities. Running her own freelance consultancy, her clients included Princess Trust for Carers, the National Family Carer Network, Department of Health, Wai Yin Society & Pathways Associates CIC.

She is now semi-retired but assists her husband Michael as Co-Director of a management consultancy, provides coaching to individuals and organisations and enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is passionate about inclusion and celebrating diversity, fun and creativity.

She hopes to offer her experience of working with people throughout England and to help ensure that DanceSyndrome is available to dancers from all walks of life, for many years to come.

“I love the fact that Dance Syndrome focuses on ability rather than disability, creativity over adversity and the inclusive nature of the charity.”

 Back to About Us